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    • Barriga, Gonzalo; Boric Bargetto, Dusan; Martin, Marcelo; Neira Ramírez, Víctor; van Bakel, Harm; Thompsom, Michele; Tapia Tapia, Rodrigo; Toro Ascuy, Daniela; Vásquez, Yesseny; Sallaberry Ayerza, Michel; Torres Pérez, Fernando; González Acuña, Daniel; Medina, Rafael (Centers Disease Control, 2016)
    • Mura-Jornet, Isidora; Pimentel, Carolina; Dantas, Gisele P. M.; Petry, María Virginia; González Acuña, Daniel; Barbosa, Andrés; Lowther, Andrew D.; Kovacs, Kit M.; Poulin, Elie; Vianna, Juliana (Biomed Central, 2018-06-13)
      Background: Historical factors, demography, reproduction and dispersal are crucial in determining the genetic structure of seabirds. In the Antarctic marine environment, penguins are a major component of the avian biomass, ...
    • Ortega, René; Mena Vásquez, Juan; Grecco, Sofía; Pérez, Rubén; Panzera, Yanina; Napolitano, Constanza; Zegpi, Nhur-Aischa; Sandoval, Alberto; Sandoval, Daniel; González Acuña, Daniel; Cofré, Sergio; Neira Ramírez, Víctor; Castillo Aliaga, Cristóbal (Wiley, 2020)
      Carnivore protoparvovirus 1is one of the most important pathogens affecting both wild and domestic carnivores. Here, we reported the genetic characterization of canine parvovirus (CPV-2) strains from a rescued guina ...
    • Briceño Urzúa, Cristóbal; González Acuña, Daniel; Jiménez, Jaime E.; Bornscheuer, María Loreto; Funk, Stephan M.; Knapp, Leslie A. (Wildlife Disease Association, 2020)
      We found the ear mite parasite (Otodectes cynotis; Acari: Psoroptidae) in two distant insular endangered fox populations in Chile. We identified O. cynotis in both the Darwin's fox (Pseudalopex fulvipes) from Chiloe and ...
    • Castillo, Cristobal; Lobos, Gabriel; González Acuña, Daniel; Moreno, Lucila; González, Cynthya Elizabeth; Landaeta Aqueveque, Carlos (Brazilian College of Veterinary Parasitology, 2017)
      Introduced species can arrive into new territories with parasites; however, these species are expected to face lower parasite richness than in their original regions. Both introduced hosts and parasites can affect native ...
    • Llanos Soto, Sebastián; Muñoz Leal, Sebastián; Gatica, José Luis; Misad Saba, Carlos; González Acuña, Daniel (Elsevier, 2020)
    • Retamal Merino, Patricio; Llanos Soto, Sebastián; Moreno Salas, Lucila; López, Juana; Vianna, Juliana; Hernández, Jorge; Medina Vogel, Gonzalo; Castañeda, Francisco; Fresno, Marcela; González Acuña, Daniel (Springer, 2017)
      Anthropogenic activity in Antarctica constitutes a continuous risk for the introduction of infectious diseases into indigenous wildlife populations. Penguin colonies living close to human settlements or inhabiting in areas ...
    • Cuevas, Elfego; Vianna, Juliana A.; Botero Delgadillo, Esteban; Doussang, Daniela; González Acuña, Daniel; Barroso, Omar; Rozzi, Ricardo; Vásquez Salfate, Rodrigo; Quirici, Verónica (Elsevier, 2020)
      Latitudinal gradients are well-suited systems that may be helpful explaining distribution of haemosporidian parasites and host susceptibility. We studied the prevalence, diversity and drivers of haemosporidian parasites ...
    • Neira Ramírez, Víctor; Tapia, Rodrigo; Verdugo, Claudio; Barriga, Gonzalo; Mor, Sunil; Fei Fan Ng, Terry; García, Victoria; Río, José del; Rodrigues, Pedro; Briceño Urzúa, Cristóbal; Medina, Rafael A.; González Acuña, Daniel (Centers Disease Control, 2017)
    • Briceño Urzúa, Cristóbal; Surot, Dominique; González Acuña, Daniel; Martínez, Francisco Javier; Fredes Martínez, Fernando (Brazilian College of Veterinary Parasitology, 2017)
      Central Chile has been identified as a unique ecosystem with high conservation priority because of its high levels of endemism and intensive anthropic pressure. Over a period of almost four decades, the monk parakeet has ...
    • Boric Bargetto, Dusan; Zúñiga Reinoso, Álvaro; Cancino, Ricardo A.; González Acuña, Daniel; Rodríguez Serrano, Enrique; Palma, Eduardo; Hernández, Cristian E. (Magnolia, 2016)
      Only two species of Didelphidae are currently recognized in Chile, the sister species Thylamys elegans, endemic of Mediterranean ecorregion and Thylamys pallidior, the inhabitant of the Puna and desert canyons. Three ...